Over 14,000 posts, panels and booths delivered to 175 airports within 5 months protect airport security agents and travelers from germs. What can we do to help protect your people, too?
People with visual impairments face an enormous set of challenges getting from point A to point B independently, particularly when using mass transit.
From hospitals to pop-up vaccination sites, the healthcare industry is dealing with more patient traffic than ever. Our solutions can help.
You’re open for business but under strict guidelines to maintain six feet of social distancing for customers and employees. The queues and barriers you may already have in place might need to be extended to accommodate for keeping people spaced out enough, but that, along with compliance signage, could take away valuable floor space. With […]
Designing efficient crowd control queues for many applications can be a challenge. You need to consider space requirements, people flow, wait times, budget and so many other factors. The end goal is to provide your valued patrons an understanding of where to go and what to expect, providing an optimal brand experience. But beyond efficiency […]
The new normal is dictating changes in how we interact and go about doing business while keeping employees and customers healthy.
DOWNLOAD THIS ARTICLE The architect assigned to redesign the Hoover Dam Visitors Center requested a quote for an elegant, sturdy queue solution. We quoted our Premium ADA-compliant Dual Line RETRACTA-BELT® posts with our patented MINI-SOCKET® base mount, which has the smallest possible footprint and looks really sleek. Hoover Dam had concerns that the belts would […]
MetLife Stadium asked us to provide two solutions; one to replace folding partition walls in their service tunnel, and the other to provide semi-permanent walls to hide storage areas. The stadium used partition walls to divide the service tunnel in half when the players were leaving or entering the locker room. The space is shared […]
A couple of years back, Bank of America was looking to replace the queue panel system that they used in their branches. Their existing system was wrought with problems; it required too much work to install, they had issues with the bases coming loose and they did not like how literature was installed into the […]